RE: P-51 MUSTANG SCALE 1/4.5
Jozsef, Don't mean to be to forward but are you likely to pull a few fuselages from that mold and sell them? Looks like you've done some excellent work and could make some P51 fanatics very happy
Posted on: 12/27/2011 11:06 AM by Author "smackay"
in the forum "RC Warbirds and Warplanes"
RE: RO - JETS F16 ????????????????????
Better late than never,....I bought one for a good price and am currently building it. Mine is a one piece fuselage originally designed for ducted fan 91. Not true scale outline, (wing span and area over size), but if you want something that flies a bit slower than a cross bow bolt using massive amounts of runway then I think it is a superb choice. It looks very scale when assembled. The newer two piece fuse looks entirely more professional and probably cheaper on the shipping. Not sure whether the wing plan is the same. The guy who sells them is easy to talk to and helpful. Mine will only use elevons and rudder. The reasoning is simple, these are the surfaces that come pre cut and I have read that F16's track quite badly due to narrow wheel base/track. I also hear that elevons are the best control mechanism, elevators and alierons being too close together or something to that effect. Flaps are not really needed because of the larger surface area. Im using a tail pipe and have a hatch about in the middle. cheers
Posted on: 2/8/2008 4:18 PM by Author "smackay"
in the forum "RC Jets"